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  • fed_scraper
    washington DC

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    mad_lab (jon BAILEY, chad PORTER, & erick KATZENSTEIN): That government transforms the way we occupy and inhabit space is nowhere more geodetically relevant than in the United States capitol of Washington DC, where limits have reached capacity in both physical space and organizational structure. Never before has the government owned more enclosed space within the U.S. than in the present. Following September 11th, the increase in subsidiary agencies has led to an explosive acquisition of government land. This growth has led to exponential sprawl reaching outward into the neighboring states in search for suitable living spaces.

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  • biophilia : technophilia
    ann arbor MICHIGAN

    [JURY SELECTION]

    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
    critic: jason YOUNG, perry KULPER, thomas MORAN

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    jon BAILEY: Increasing infatuations with technology and biology have created a society of biophilia and technophilia, where these ideaologies have seeped into nearly every facet of human existence.  With architecture dependently bound to the technologies of human creation, as we are able to manipulate biological matter at the unit of the molecule, simulate complex biological systems and synthesize DNA our habitat shall too become more bionic.

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